Choose from the following to feed your horse daily:
Dash of organic Apple Cider Vinegar (some horses love it; some refuse it). You may also also add soaked split peas, kelp, dandelion and herbs such as Rosemary, Lavender, Chamomile, Rose Pedals, Tumeric.
Remove pits from fruits such as cherries and peaches as they are poisonous.
Safe to feed your horse:
(The starred items can be fed to your horse daily. I recommend cutting the foods up in long wide pieces.)
Unsafe to feed your horse:
Nuts to feed your horse:
(Nuts must be soaked first, which will remove the phylates, an enzyme inhibitor for optimal digestion.)
Seeds to feed your horse:
Additional items to feed your horse:
Can soak in ACV will help remove fungus/pesticide
Items not to feed your horse or very sparingly:
Cooked grain/sweet feed and processed food (creates free radicles, oxidative stress, and inflames the gut, resulting in poor absorption of nutrients/malabsorption syndrome. Also increases WBCss leukocytosis; decreases pH, creating acidosis; not digested, stays in hind gut; inhibits gut fermentation for probitics
Some information borrowed from The Penzance Horse
and Getty Nutrition.